Monthly Archives: September 2011

Blossoms in the Fall Colorful, Festive

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Cherry Blossom Festival’s “Blossoms in the Fall”Brings Music, Dance, Cultural Exchange to Little Tokyo

Beautiful costumes, graceful dancers, martial arts demonstrations and more are the highlights of the “Blossoms in the Fall” Cherry Blossom Festival.

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Clifton’s Cafeteria: Landmark Closing for Remodel Sept. 26

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Last Chance for Hearty Food in LA Woodland Fantasyland

It’s one of those places you just take for granted will always be there, because it always has been — for more than 75 years. But Monday, September 26, 2011 is the (hopefully temporary) end of an era for Clifton’s Cafeteria. It will be will be closing for possibly as long as six months of remodeling.

Clifton’s Cafeteria on Broadway just off the corner of 7th Street in Downtown Los Angeles, has been a destination for locals and tourists alike. It if filled with the stuff of great memories.

The decor is not to be missed — the food is just an excuse for going!

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LA Joins Worldwide Event: PARK(ing) Day – No Cars Allowed

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Parking Spaces Turn into Parks for a Day

Part art installation, part public greening advocacy, part garden design, and wholly unique, we found PARK(ing) Day to be intriguing and funky.

All the spaces we saw were fun and friendly.

So park your car and come along with us to view PARK(ing) Day park spaces!

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